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7 months7 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Owner Building in Canberra

removing my comments as it adds little value; completely agree with StructuralBIMGuy !

9 months9 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Build Almost completed - Lockdown - How to enter?

Have you tried applying for an occupation certificate, if all internal works are done, I don't see why not. There is currently a house in my street as well, which…

10 months10 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Which ducted aircon size? Daikin 16kW or 18kW?

See my quote, June 2019, Orange prices may be different or it has raised up sharply now. Note, only the highlighted is the actual supply and install figure, rest is…

10 months10 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Which ducted aircon size? Daikin 16kW or 18kW?

I think you will be just fine with option 1.
We have Daikin 3 phase Standard Inverter FDYQN200LBV1 / RZQ200LY1 - 20.0kw cool / 22.4.0kw heat, here Canberra; and we…

10 months10 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Understanding a solar quote

Hi There,
Hoping someone could comment on a solar quote I have
1. Value for money
2. Components brands (good/ok/bad)
3. Inverters - there are two totalling 10kW ; one 5kW as part of…

11 months11 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Budget for good custom home builders in ACT

, NJR delivered a high quality finish, very happy with our house having lived almost two years now. We had our own plans (http://solarcert.com.au/) then shopped…

11 months11 monthsligonglligongl posted:
Building in Canberra - Costs

I afraid $2100 is now pretty standard for a decent builder in Canberra for average quality inclusions, anything less than that you would be looking at a rookie builder.
$3000…

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12 months12 monthsligonglligongl posted:
North facing, small narrow block or not?? Help!

I would go for the block facing S/W, because
S/W in my option is the least preferred orientation for big windows and main living zones, so it can be in the…

1 year1 yearligonglligongl posted:
Budget for good custom home builders in ACT

we have finish! we love it! Premium end oak is trendy and will go nicely with some black themes. You may also want to consider Blackbutt if you like…

1 year1 yearligonglligongl posted:
Hydronic heating - carpet?

Sorry, I have to admit, I am a poor reader, didn't carefully read through this tread; if polished concrete it make sense, if you are going with HH then also…

1 year1 yearligonglligongl posted:
Hydronic heating - carpet?

In my humble opinion, going for underfloor hydronic heating, when you already opting for reverse cycle heating and cooling would be a bit overkill, esp, if you are not going…

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1 year1 yearligonglligongl posted:
Budget for good custom home builders in ACT

$3000/m2 is a very generous rate to afford a good builder with high end inclusions; $5000/m2 - its a crazy rate I guess normally associated with inter suburb's over-architecture fancy…

1 year1 yearligonglligongl posted:
Need help with west facing wall.

How about https://www.smartstonesystems.com/fibro ... t-cladding ?
These are thick XPS foams with a thin layer of stone veneer at the face side. The other side can be…

2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Who dropped this?

Last few days I was watching our cabbage leaves are disappearing from the garden bed. Today, a purple colour cabbage plant has been completely trimmed to a stem. Apparently the…

Who dropped this?
2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Island bench size

We have 3m x 1.1m and we are loving it! Upto 3m easily achievable without joint as most of the slabs comes at that length, Quantum Quartz has XL range…

2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Gap between Window Frames and Brick

small gaps you can fill with polyurethane caulking, like I did just to avoid the creepy crawlies getting into the frame cavity and inside later via plaster joints. (remember though,…

2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Hamptons inspired architect design with attached granny flat

beautiful colour contrast!

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2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Handover advice

Just buy Ashworth's PCI guide and DYI. Just $4 it is less than a coffee!

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2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Gaps between cornice and ceiling after 3 months of build com

Its a general excuse from builders, but I thought it was only a problem for squire sets, the whole idea of cornice was to hide the gaps! hmm.. let's see…

2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
CCTV on a new built house

Just buy ring stickups and doorbell.
I was in the same situation six months back, turned down builders offer for around $3k and instead installed myself 2 stickups and 1…

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2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Gas or induction hot plate?

we have both induction and gas, induction wins hands down, there is a bit of getting used to but once you are comfortable you won't be going back!

2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Hamptons inspired architect design with attached granny flat

QuantumSix+ large format tiles are great,I was very keen to use it, but endup with expensive stone splash-back option, as the builder was not very keen as
1. the tiler was…

2 years2 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Canberra custom KDR

HugoBarney, sorry to jump in , perhaps this would help ?

also , how about - bit brave but sounds great.

3 years3 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Our KDR Project - Canberra

Thanks Trimega. BH also using Pioneer kitchen I guess.

3 years3 yearsligonglligongl posted:
Our KDR Project - Canberra

Thanks algernon, I wouldn't say smooth sail, quite a few variations, and a few last-minute rushed decisions, but overall happy with the final finished product. Knockdown to keys about 8…

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